Stop Georgia Public Broadcasting's takeover of iconic Atlanta college radio station Album 88 (WRAS 88.5 FM)!

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John Short
7 years ago
Very disgusted about the loss of quality music and the takeover by the worst talk radio I've ever heard.

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Tracy Hargraves
7 years ago
I attended GSU and enjoyed the station and the concerts they had when I lived in Atlanta!

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andrea chevalier
7 years ago
i need 88.5 on during the day for myself because i love that radio station they don't need nonstop talkers totake over the music

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Thomas Crowley
7 years ago
I'm signing because college radio is important to media, students, listeners. Taking away some of the perceived legitimacy of the station by putting it online is detrimental to the development of student experiences.

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Alexander Smith
7 years ago
It's the right thing to do in this situation.

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david gerbstadt
7 years ago
i listen to Princeton University radio.
Station has been around since the 1940's - and it rocks and great station.

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paul robinson
7 years ago
No one wants to listen to WRAS. GPB is much better than the garbage that is on WRAS. Thank you for taking over, GPB.

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sinam s
7 years ago
WRAS is garbage. I'm glad GPB took over the daytime programming so I can hear something besides horrible atmospherics.

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Tati Romeo
7 years ago
As a GSU alumni, I am ashamed! How slimy! WRAS is one of the very best parts of GSU and to jerk it away from the students who build it is sickening. Shame!

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Alexander Wehr
7 years ago
Album 88 has a legendary status in the music scene. It's been one of the largest contributors by proportion to the launch of popular singing sensations. It's programming has colored my time growing up and shaped my character. For years since being forced to leave the state, I've considered giving up a 6 figure income just to return to Atlanta and hear Album 88 again every day.
One of the great arteries of English-speaking culture is being pinched shut, and for what gain? The math doesn't add up on this back-room deal!